This Civil War documentary film investigates the leadership and Christian faith of two of the finest Americans this country has ever produced,
General Robert E. Lee and General Stonewall Jackson.
2004 Crown Award Winner for Best Documentary (Gold)
"Finally, A documentary that is willing to speak plainly about the Christian faith of Jackson and Lee. It is a beautiful and accurate account of two great Southern leaders and of a war that forever changed our country." Steve Wilkins, Author, Historian
The Revolutionary War united America. Less than one hundred years later a bloody Civil War divided it. Most Americans believe that Southerners fought to preserve slavery; however a much deeper divide existed between the North and South. Two drastically different cultures had emerged on the American landscape.
This Documentary places the war in its historical and cultural context. It guides the viewer through the causes and the major battles of the Civil War while providing insight into the lives of two stalwart men who fought for the South. Both were masterful generals, brilliant strategists and, above all, faithful Christians. The faith of these"Warriors of Honor" governed their lives on and off the battlefield, and their legacies continue even today.
Slavery - 9 minutes
Sam Davis - 5 minutes
The Palmyra Incident - 7 minutes
"God's will ought to be our aim and I am contented that His designs should be accomplished and not my own." General Robert E. Lee
Run time 80 minutes.